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There are 14 pages of railways in this region.
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Coleford, Monmouth, Usk and Pontypool Railway


And there it was - gone! The lovely station building at Raglan has recently been demolished [see image 26282]. [The demolition seemed to have been done slowly and carefully - is it being re-erected elsewhere, I wonder?] [See news item] [With thanks to Alastair McLellan] [John Thorn]

Conway and Llanrwst Railway


Beauty and the bus shelter - looking north towards Llandudno Junction over the River Conwy in the late afternoon sunshine on 14th April 2015. [Colin McDonald]

Conwy Valley Railway Museum


The miniature railway adjacent to Betws-y-Coed Station in June 2012. [See image 24137] [Peter Todd]

Corwen and Bala Railway


Llangollen Railway tracklaying on the Corwen extension on 4 November 2013. Work is underway here on the outskirts of Corwen heading east to meet the track laid up to Bonwm from Carrog. [David Pesterfield]

Crumlin Valley Collieries Ltd


It Came From Another Planet... the sole remaining structure at the former Hafodyrynys colliery, which straddled the Pontypool-Neath line just East of Crumlin viaduct, is the former washery, seen here in May 2010. A local businessman asked for it to be left standing so that he could convert it into ... [Ken Strachan]

Denbigh, Ruthin and Corwen Railway


Former Ruthin line curving off to left following tree line to cross River Dee, with Ruabon line running straight ahead. [David Pesterfield]

Dowlais Iron and Steelworks


Some of the final remains of the former Iron an Steelworks at Dowlais. [Ewan Crawford]

List of locations in this area

Betws-y-Coed 

Corwen 

Dolgarrog Dowlais Iron and Steelworks 

Glan Conwy 

Hafodyrynys Colliery 

North Llanrwst 

Raglan